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Indie Next List

July edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the July Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles:

A Certain Age: A Novel, by Beatriz Williams (William Morrow • 9780062404954)

Look: Poems, by Solmaz Sharif (Graywolf Press • 9781555977443)

Disappearance at Devil’s Rock: A Novel, by Paul Tremblay (William Morrow • 9780062363268)

So Much for That Winter: Novellas, by Dorthe Nors (Graywolf Press • 9781555977429)

Brighton: A Novel, by Michael Harvey (Ecco • 9780062442970)

Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube: Chasing Fear and Finding Home in the Great White North, by Blair Braverman (Ecco • 9780062311566)

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Indie Next List

June edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the June Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley:

Homegoing: A Novel, by Yaa Gyasi
(Knopf, 9781101947135, $26.95)

The Fireman: A Novel, by Joe Hill
(William Morrow, 9780062200631, $28.99)

Grief Is the Thing With Feathers: A Novel, by Max Porter
(Graywolf Press, 9781555977412, trade paperback, $14)

The Insides: A Novel, by Jeremy P. Bushnell
(Melville House, 9781612195469, trade paperback, $16.95)

The View From the Cheap Seats: Selected Nonfiction, by Neil Gaiman
(William Morrow, 9780062262264, $26.99)

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Indie Next List

May edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the May Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley: 

The Mirror Thief: A Novel, by Martin Seay
(Melville House, 9781612195147, $27.95)

LaRose: A Novel, by Louise Erdrich
(Harper, 9780062277022, $27.99)

Julia Reed’s South: Spirited Entertaining and High-Style Fun All Year Long, by Julia Reed
(Rizzoli, 9780847848287, $50)

Over the Plain Houses: A Novel, by Julia Franks
(Hub City Press, 9780938235214, $26)

Father’s Day: A Novel, by Simon Van Booy
(Harper, 9780062408945, $24.99)

Heat & Light: A Novel, by Jennifer Haigh
(Ecco, 9780061763298, $26.99)
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Indie Next List

April edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the April Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley: 

The Nest: A Novel, by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney
(Ecco, 9780062414212, $26.99)

The Red Parts: Autobiography of a Trial, by Maggie Nelson
(Graywolf Press, 9781555977368, trade paperback, $16.99)

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March edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the March Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley:

The Opposite of Everyone: A Novel, by Joshilyn Jackson
(William Morrow, 9780062105684)

Margaret the First: A Novel, by Danielle Dutton
(Catapult, 9781936787357)

Blackass: A Novel, by A. Igoni Barrett
(Graywolf Press, 9781555977337)

Under the Influence: A Novel, by Joyce Maynard
(William Morrow, 9780062257642)

A Man Lies Dreaming: A Novel, by Lavie Tidhar
(Melville House, 9781612195049)

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Get the books of Winter Institute

(even if you won’t be in Denver!)

We love helping our community discover new books of interest. As part of our efforts to help booksellers in particular, we coordinated this feature with the American Booksellers Association, which just appeared in their weekly newsletter, Bookselling This Week. Seeing as these are some truly exciting books, we want to share them with our entire community.

Via NetGalley, booksellers are now able to preview e-galleys of a standout list of books that will be available in the Galley Room at ABA’s Winter Institute 11. For those who won’t be in Denver from January 23–26 (or for those who just want to get started reading right away!), here we highlight 10 titles to request (or wish for) on NetGalley right now. Plus, the beloved Buzz Books are back!

2016 Adult Buzz Book2016 YA Buzz Book

NetGalley is pleased to again be partnering with Publishers Lunch on the seventh Buzz Books edition, which evokes all the excitement of Winter Institute with significant samples of some of the spring/summer publishing season’s biggest titles and potential breakouts and new discoveries. BUZZ BOOKS 2016: Spring/Summer presents readings from 40 adult books, and BUZZ BOOKS 2016: Young Adult Spring/Summer gathers excerpts from 20 forthcoming YA titles. At the end of most excerpts, you will find a link to the full galley on NetGalley!

Everyone Brave is Forgiven

 

This season shows no shortage of breakout books from familiar names in literary fiction. From Chris Cleave, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Little Bee, comes Everyone Brave is Forgiven (Simon & Schuster)—a spellbinding novel about three unforgettable individuals thrown together by war, love, and their search for belonging in the ever-changing landscape of WWII London. Look for it also in Publishers Lunch’s Buzz Books 2016: Spring/Summer.

 

Eligible

 

 

 

From Curtis Sittenfeld, New York Times bestselling author of Prep and American Wife, comes a modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice in Eligible (Random House). Equal parts homage to Jane Austen and bold literary experiment, Eligible is a brilliant, playful, and delicious saga for the twenty-first century.

 

As Good As Gone

 

 

The American West is bestselling author Larry Watson’s forte, and in As Good as Gone (Algonquin Books), his tenth novel, he has created his most vivid, genuine antihero yet in Calvin Sidey, a man stuck in a myth. With the crisp, restrained prose for which Larry Watson is revered, As Good as Gone is a story of a man increasingly at odds with the world.

 

Here Comes the Sun

 

 

 

From bestselling authors we move to highly anticipated debuts, such as Here Comes the Sun by Nicole Dennis-Benn (W. W. Norton & Company), in which a cast of unforgettable women battle for independence while a maelstrom of change threatens their Jamaican village. From a much-heralded new writer, Here Comes the Sun offers a dramatic glimpse into a vibrant, passionate world most outsiders see simply as paradise.

 

Bricks That Built

 

 

Kate Tempest, a major talent in the poetry and music worlds, sits poised to become a major novelist with The Bricks that Built the Houses (Bloomsbury). Driven by empathy and ethics, it’s a blazing and beautiful novel, wise but never cynical, generous and vigorous. Love animates this debut novel, rich with characters and restless in perspective, sprawling across London.

 

Maestra

 

 

L.S. Hilton’s Maestra (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) is already stirring buzz from Hollywood to London and back again as one of the year’s big new thriller discoveries. With the cunning of Gone Girl‘s Amy Dunne, and as dangerous as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo‘s Lisbeth Salander, the femme fatale of this Talented Mr. Ripley–esque psychological thriller is sexy, smart, and very, very bad in all the best ways. You’ll also meet her in Buzz Books 2016: Spring/Summer, along with the author of the next title on our list…

 

All Tomorrows Parties

 

 

In All Tomorrow’s Parties (Grove Press) Rob Spillman (editor of Tin House magazine) traces his past to craft a deeply affecting coming-of-age portrait of an artist’s life that serves as an exhilarating cultural tour of the last quarter century through the lens of two transforming cities, drawing on musical inspiration from the Sex Pistols to Sonic Youth and the words of literary heroes such as Paul Bowles and Ken Kesey.

 

Flawed

 

 
Must-reads in the young adult realm include Flawed (Feiwel & Friends), a breathtaking YA debut from award-winning and bestselling author Cecelia Ahern. The Scarlet Letter meets Divergent in this thoughtful and thrilling novel that depicts a society in which obedience is paramount and rebellion is punished. And where one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her everything.

 

Every Exquisite Thing

 

 

 

Silver Linings Playbook author Matthew Quick brings us Every Exquisite Thing (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers), a heartfelt YA novel that serves as a celebration of the self and the formidable power of story. Find an excerpt in Buzz Books 2016: Spring/Summer.

 

Tell Wind Fire

 

 

 

Finally, Tell the Wind and Fire (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children’s Book Group) by New York Times bestseller Sarah Rees Brennan is already a much wished-for book on NetGalley. This magic-infused tale of romance and revolution is lush, dramatic, and poignantly timely.

 

 

 

 

Booksellers, don’t forget to nominate your favorites for the Indie Next List by using the Feedback button in NetGalley, and continue getting the earliest access to new galleys all year long by opting into the Digital White Box too.

Librarians, you can also get in on the fun an nominate your favorites for the LibraryReads list!

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Indie Next List

February edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the February Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley:

Be Frank With Me: A Novel, by Julia Claiborne Johnson
(William Morrow – 9780062413710)

Sweetgirl: A Novel, by Travis Mulhauser
(Ecco – 9780062400826)

The Ramblers: A Novel, by Aiden Donnelley Rowley
(William Morrow – 9780062413314)

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January 2016 edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the January Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley:

Rosalie Lightning: A Graphic Memoir, by Tom Hart
(St. Martin’s Press, 9781250049940)

The Visitors: A Novel, by Simon Sylvester
(Melville House, 9781612194639)

The Past: A Novel, by Tessa Hadley
(Harper, 9780062270412)

The Sound of Gravel: A Memoir, by Ruth Wariner
(Flatiron Books, 9781250077691)

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December edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the December Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley:

A Wild Swan: And Other Tales, by Michael Cunningham, Yuko Shimizu (Illus.)
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 9780374290252

Boys in the Trees: A Memoir, by Carly Simon
Flatiron Books, 9781250095893

The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto: A Novel, by Mitch Albom
Harper, 9780062294418

Year of the Goose: A Novel, by Carly J. Hallman
The Unnamed Press, 9781939419514

What She Knew: A Novel, by Gilly Macmillan
William Morrow Paperbacks, 9780062413864

Oh the Moon: Stories From the Tortured Mind of Charlyne Yi, by Charlyne Yi
Harper Perennial, 9780062363299

Fox Tooth Heart: Stories, by John McManus
Sarabande Books, 9781941411100

The Boys, by Toni Sala, Mara Faye Lethem (Trans.)
Two Lines Press, 9781931883498

Postmark Bayou Chene: A Novel, by Gwen Roland
LSU Press, 9780807161449

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Indie Next List

November edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the November Indie Next list, drawn from the recommendations of indie booksellers throughout the US. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

 

Additional Indie Next titles, not currently available on NetGalley:

Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor
ISBN: 9780062351425

An Old-Fashioned Christmas: Sweet Traditions for Hearth and Home by Ellen Stimson
ISBN: 9781581573282

Carrying Albert Home: The Somewhat True Story of a Man, His Wife, and Her Alligator by Homer Hickam
ISBN: 9780062325891

After Alice: A Novel by Gregory Maguire
ISBN: 9780060548957

Trace: Memory, History, Race, and the American Landscape by Lauret Savoy
ISBN: 9781619025738

American Copper: A Novel by Shann Ray
ISBN: 9781609531218

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